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Kessock Equine Vets
Emergency Veterinarian Service
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The Paddock North Kessock Inverness IV1 3ZF, United Kingdom
GBInvernessIV1 3ZF
Emergency Veterinarian Service, VeterinarianToday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 1:00 pmSunday Closed
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reviewed 2 years ago
Really good equine vets, professional and courteous - went in with my friend Graeme who needed some advice, and the staff were more than happy to help. Recommended.
A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
My experience with this vet Keith Chandler has been very poor. I am disappointed that for someone of his standing he has very limited understanding of what professional behaviour really entails. I DO NOT recommend his practice.

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We like this photo of a client's horse checking the car's tax disc! 
The Paddock, North Kessock, Inverness IV1 3ZF
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This lovely cob is lame in front - can you tell which leg and any suggestion of the cause?  The video was taken on the new trot-up at our clinic!
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Kessock Equine Vets are supporting the following event:-
 
HORSEY CAR BOOT SALE, Sunday 14th July, 1.30pm to 3.30pm
At North Kessock Hall.
 Lots of horsey bargains, competitions, and refreshments. £8 per table for sellers (bring your own table). If you would like to book a space to sell or would like further information please contact horsesinclover@yahoo.co.uk or Audrey on 07840624267.
Being held in aid of Horses In Clover All Animal Rescue Centre part of the Sadie Duncan Memorial Trust.
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How gorgeous is this foal photo sent in by one of our clients!
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Tip of the Week. 

Barrier creams can be really useful for the prevention of mud fever. People use all kinds of ointments from cow udder cream, to nappy cream and even pig-oil! Barriers are good but they must be applied to dry skin - applying them to wet skin only traps the moisture next to the skin and can make mud fever worse.
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Please take a look at this link for details of a local rescue charity www.horsesinclover.com
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Caroline, one of our vets, took part in the Man versus Horse Scotland race at the weekend. Caroline ran 16 miles, was the first placed lady and was only beaten by 7 horses! Huge well done to Caroline - the photo shows Caroline on her last mile going up a VERY long hill!! 
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Finally the grass is appearing.  It maybe growing slowly but it is sugar loaded - beware!  Is your horse/pony more prone to laminitis? Take care, call for prevention advice 01463 731107.
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Swellings under the abdomen are quite common - mares in late pregnancy, horses with liver disease and horses with some types of severe worm infections are some examples.  Get in the habit of running your hand under their tummy when doing your daily checks to pick up this early sign of disease.  
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It is easy to learn how to take a heart or pulse rate in a horse. The normal heart rate is 28-44 beats per minute and can vary depending on the breed and age of the horse. Do ask your vet to show you how to do this, next time they visit!
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